Links to Purim Fun

Parents and children, and teachers and students may enjoy visiting my earlier posts about Purim. Click here for “A New Retelling of the Purim Story for Young Children” A long, long time ago in a town called Shushan there lived a king named Ahashverosh. King Ahashverosh liked to have parties.…

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Tu B’Shevat Holiday Links

Tu B’Shevat, the “birthday of the trees” begins at sundown on Tuesday, Jan. 30 and ends at sundown on Wednesday, Jan. 31. Readers may wish to re-visit my two posts by clicking on either paragraph: FOOD FOR THOUGHT ON TU B’SHEVAT:   The school where I work has a policy that…

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“So, I painted this small heart because I want to say, Just how much I love Shabbat. It’s my favorite day!” from “The Littlest Candlesticks”

PUBLISHED IN 2002, PUBLISHER’S WEEKLY WROTE THE FOLLOWING ABOUT “THE LITTLEST CANDLESTICKS”: “ON THE HEELS OF THE LITTLEST PAIR’S WINNING THE 2002 NATIONAL JEWISH BOOK AWARD IN THE PICTURE-BOOK CATEGORY COMES THE LITTLEST CANDLESTICKS…. COUPLETS DESCRIBE A GIRL’S WISH FOR HER OWN SABBATH CANDLESTICKS, LIKE HER MOTHER AND HER OLDER…

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